So of course, we are incredibly thankful for all the wedding love and support. We feel so lucky and blessed. But why didn’t anyone mention to me how grueling writing thank you notes was gonna be?? I spent a whole weekend making the actual cards, while racking my brain of all the different ways I could say thank you, we appreciate (insert house item here).
So I took my inspiration from the masters- our grandparents. They write the most wonderful handwritten cards, with just random stories and tidbits. So thank you, everyone, for all the thoughtful gifts and love. And also, please enjoy all our random stories about the new house, the seeds I just planted, the dolphins we saw on our honeymoon, and our new blinds.
We put together little “thank you” surprise boxes for our family and friends. While they might not be full of gold, I put a lot of love inside. (Hint: They are full of treats. Love for your belly.) The guy reminds me that sometimes, it really is the thought that counts.
During the holiday yesterday, I decided to remember how thankful I am, and make some thank you cards. My ma used to make us sit down and write thank you notes after every Christmas, but these ones are voluntary.
I got the idea for the triangle style heart off of pinterest, but now of course, I can’t seem to find it again. (Update:found it!) But I thought it was a cute idea for a little quilt-y looking heart. For a homemade heartfelt thank you.